Justice & Metro (26) ‎– 839

Modern Urban Jazz ‎– MJAZZ LP 03
CD, Album

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1 Human Thinking 8:09
2 Litestar
Featuring – Muted
3 Touch Feel
Featuring – Momentum (6)
4 Izmir 5:57
5 Solomon 5:43
6 Jim Cunningham 7:15
7 839 6:11
8 Sand Delay 5:37
9 Playloop 6:20
10 Igloo 5:42
11 Knuckles 7:09
12 Sanur 7:13
13 Hybrid Morph 5:41

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MJAZZ LP 03 Justice & Metro (26) Justice & Metro (26) - 839(14xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Modern Urban Jazz MJAZZ LP 03 UK 2010


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June 6, 2014
edited over 4 years ago
I don't think that it is "one BIG tune". It is the most melodic take on minimal, syncopated, chilly drum n bass of these latest years, one that shows the knowledge, maturity and inspiration of both producers in an album that is as good as their more well known similar ones (the ones from ASC, Consequence, Sabre, the Exit Records "Mosaic" compilation) and just maybe more consistent. Listen in a journey back home at 4 AM with your best headphones, and enjoy the trip.


February 1, 2012
Review from Organic

The album is experienced as a journey, if you sit and focus just listening to the whole album, it is almost meditational. It has the rare ability to be enjoyed in a dark mood or a light mood, but either way it allows time for the listener. This experimental album has received much support from well known artists that one would probably link to such a different sound; Laurent Garnier says “Pure abstract moody atmospheres...a very beautiful album to travel with.

Dark but not heavy, simple and complex at the same time…Something I will listen to over and over. This is a brilliant album.” Illusionist describes it as “One BIG tune.” The album is certainly an acquired taste, it successfully shows the diversity of drum and bass and the futuristic sounds that can be made when combining it with other genres. 839 is more about representing a listening experience and creating an atmosphere rather than a universally accessible album.

Give it your attention and you will be pleasantly surprised where it takes you. It should be onwards and upwards from here for Justice & Metro and Modern Urban Jazz.